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Went for the Australia Wagyu Buffet ($69.80++) for dinner with my partner & it was AMAZING 🀀 drinks are not included so we got the $1 free flow green tea as well (we really liked the tea because tastes like green + rice tea). They have a 90min eating time, which is sufficient if you are not a huge eater. We ate until we were super full and had one cup of complimentary ice cream at the end (can choose from chocolate, vanilla, matcha and mango), which was a lovely icing on top of the cake! πŸ₯©πŸ¨πŸ΅

There is only the premium buffet now and was around $43 per pax before Burpple (~$34 with Burpple). Didn't really find it worth because the quality of the food was not great. The soup was not nice too, had to add lots of veggies to make it taste sweeter. The beef chuck roll was very gamey, would suggest to avoid it...

I loved the variety that we could enjoy at this buffet! There were cooked food like fried chicken wings, tempura, kimbap, japchae, tteokboki, kimchi pancake and ginseng soup! All of them were good except the kimchi pancake and tteok which was hard. The shabu shabu soup was sweet and not too overwhelming, and went well with the vegetables. The bbq meats were also good, especially the marinated chicken and spicy chicken! The pork belly was not bad too when dipped with the garlic chili sauce though the skin was a little chewy. Would return on a weekday lunch for cheaper price for a treat!

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@thethreepeacocks - The largest outdoor BBQ buffet in Singapore!

If you haven’t visited this place before, it is time to check them out! They have a WIDE VARIETY of food choices available! From salad bar, hot cooked items (there is even pizzas and pastas!), live station and also food for you to bbq yourself with their charcoal BBQ! They have super lots of meat choices, chinese skewers, oysters, and a seafood bar!

For the buffet, you will also get free flow drinks (fruit punches / gassy soft drinks) and ice cream!

If you are looking for a unique place for dinner, check out this place! This buffet place totally gives off thai night market vibes! Love the ambience!

They are located at Labrador Park at 8 Port Road. They have a free shuttle bus from Labrador Park MRT which departs every 30minutes.

Their buffet price list are as follows:

Weekday: Adults $55.90++, Seniors $52.55++, Kids $38++
Weekend: Adults $60.90++, Seniors $57.5++, Kids $43++
PH /PH Eve: Adults: $63.90++, Senior $60.50++, Kids $46++

Reservation through this link is recommended! Https://inline.app/booking/thethreepeacocks

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Yakiniku Ouji at 321 Clementi serves free-flow Japanese charcoal barbecue with more than 60 items to choose from, priced at S$24.30++, S$37.80++ and S$54.80++.

https://hungryghost.sg/yakiniku-ouji/

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Marbled meat and a wide array of sides and sauces? Say no more fam

Visit my Instagram page at @_coleats for more!

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Sweets - scones, cherries, açai sorbet, yuzu curd with white chocolate, cassis jelly

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Cold course - sustainable tiger prawn brioche roll and chicken salad sandwich

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Hot courses - crispy curry puff, plant based fish cake, organic vegetable frittata with sour cream, baked beef shepherd’s pie

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Cold course - yellowfin tuna and salmon tartare, salmon caviar, sour cream, egg with blinis

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Cold course - duck confit, fruit chutney, pistachio and sourdough bread

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